3D Stereograms – or Fushigi Art as it is known in Japan – is a popular feature in the evening edition of one of the country’s top newspapers, Yomiuri Shimbun. This iPhone app features 200 works which have been specially selected from a collection that has grown over the feature’s 19-year run.
Enjoy the 3D experience that doesn’t require any special 3D eyewear!
◆Since its introduction in 1994, the Fushigi Art newspaper feature has enjoyed a successful 19-year run, resulting in an immense collection of works. Over 200 images have been selected from this extensive library, with each one modified by 3D Stereogram creator, Hiroshi Kunoh, exclusively for presentation on the iPhone. Now you can enjoy a bigger and even more beautiful visual experience that could only be made possible with iPhone. See 3D images leap out before your very eyes!
◆Compete with friends in an all-new multiple choice Quiz Mode where participants must correctly identify the 3D image that floats out from your iPhone screen! Because you can adjust the number of selections and other settings, you can enjoy this mode again and again!
◆Eye-friendly function, “Active Span”!
Eye-shaped two “Span” appear in the center of the streogram. It guides you when focusing on finding the stereo image.
Look at two Span and move your viewpoints to the center. You’ll find the image when the two Span overlaps.
◆Major Art Works and Publications
2003“3D Fushigi Art” Shogakukan
1997-Serialization of “Fushigi Art” in the Tokyo Edition of The Yomiuri Shimbun (Saturday Evening Paper
1994-Serialization of “Fushigi Art” in the Osaka Edition of The Yomiuri Shimbun (Friday Evening Paper
1994“3-D PLANET” Shogakukan (In Collaboration with Eiji Takaoki)
1993“CG STEREOGRAM 3” Shobakukan (In Collaboration with Several Authors)
2001JAPAN EXPO IN FUKUSHIMA 2001 (Tostem Pavilion)
1999Yukaina Doubutsu Art Exhibition (Panasonic Digital Art Plaza)
1997Fushigi Art Exhibition (Shinsaibashi Sony Tower)
Reuse of the collection (replication, reprinting and printout) is strictly prohibited.